The Ohio Republican suggested the threat from the "radical left" was similar to that of the Nazis. Critics hit back.
The longtime Trump ally also reportedly ribbed the former president with gags about Melania Trump and reading.
“Devin Nunes, CEO & LOL,” former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara tweeted about the California Republican's move to lead Donald Trump's tech startup.
Marc Short was at the Capitol on Jan. 6 and accompanied Pence as he fled his post and hid from rioters who were calling for his hanging.
The DOJ closed its investigation after finding “insufficient evidence” that a white woman had recanted her claims that led to the Black 14-year-old’s lynching.
Trump's former chief of staff said he told the ailing president to go to the hospital on his own or on a gurney.
Col. Earl Matthews accuses Lt. Gen. Charles Flynn and Lt. Gen. Walter Piatt of lying to Congress about what transpired the day rioters breached the Capitol.
The 10-term congressman will be the CEO of the new Trump Media & Technology Group.
A Trump Christmas card that looks extra phallic is trending on Twitter. Of course, many people are asking if it’s real.
The progressive state has the unfortunate distinction of being the only one never to have sent a woman to Congress.
Texas lawmakers “refused to recognize the state’s growing minority electorate" in drawing the state's new district maps, the DOJ said.
The last full U.S. Olympics boycott took place in 1980, when the U.S. refused to participate in the Summer Games to protest the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.
The path to power for Republicans in Congress is now rooted in the capacity to generate outrage.
The call between the two leaders is expected to be one of the toughest of Biden's presidency.
President Joe Biden presided over the annual gala that was repeatedly snubbed by the former president.
The former U.S. senator from Kansas died Sunday at age 98.
The Sunday Times reported that drug detection wipes found traces of cocaine in 11 locations that are only accessible by accredited parliamentary lawmakers.
Liz Claman tweeted details about Josef Mengele's evil history, saying "facts need to be stated."
The president hinted last month that a boycott was on the cards, saying the idea was “something we’re considering.”